Sabrina Bittencourt dies just days after exposing John of God’s ‘sex slave farm’
A female activist has been found dead just days after she exposed prominent faith healer “John of God” for running a “sex slave farm” and international child trafficking operation. The Brazilian faith healer – known as Joao de Deus in his native language, real name Joao Teixeira de Faria – boasted former U.S. President Bill Clinton and supermodel Naomi Campbell being among his elite client list.
John of God shot to international fame following a 2010 interview with Oprah Winfrey that celebrated his “powers.”
The series, entitled “Do You Believe in Miracles?” has since been removed from Winfrey’s website after it emerged that de Faria was keeping “hundreds of girls” as sex slaves on “farms” so they could “get pregnant, for their babies to be sold” on the black market.
38-year-old Sabrina Bittencourt, the woman who helped to bring down the accused human trafficker, has now died at her home in Barcelona, Spain just days after exposing John of God’s alleged child farming operation. Bittencourt claimed young girls were held captive and raped in a mass child trafficking operation which exported babies who were being sold all around the world. The women would be murdered after ten years of having babies in the alleged scheme run by the 77-year-old celebrity faith healer, she said. “John of God” was arrested in December last year after hundreds of women accused him of abuse.